Welcome to the TANNRE Project
Out Now: TANNRE Journal Article (online first)The TANNRE project is happy to announce the publication of the article "Politicized Sustainability and Agricultural Policy: Comparing Norm Understandings of International Organizations" in the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice.
SDG Research Symposium in UtrechtJoining the fully virtual SDG Research Symposium GlobalGoals2020 hosted by Utrecht University, the TANNRE project presented its paper "Never-Ending Hunger? Norm Conflicts and the Implementation of SDG 2 in the Global Food Regime Complex" on June 11, 2020.
Annual Conference of the DVPW Working Group Environmental Politics and Global ChangeOn March 5 and 6, 2020, the TANNRE project joined the Annual Conference of the DVPW Working Group "Environmental Politics and Global Change" in Darmstadt. The conference aimed to take stock of the SDGs five years after their adoption to provide an impact analysis from the perspective of political sciences.
- About TANNRE
The research project “The Transformation Potential of Inter-institutional Arrangements and the Norm of Sustainability in the Global Regime Complex for Food” (TANNRE) analyzes the normative foundations of the global regime complex for food. It focuses on the conditions and regulatory mechanisms for managing fundamental norm conflicts between the norm of sustainability and other food norm concepts such as food security and food sovereignty. The project is located at the Institute of Political Science of Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany. TANNRE is conducted by two Principal Investigators - Prof. Dr. Helmut Breitmeier and Dr. Sandra Schwindenhammer - and three research assistants - Andrés Checa, Jacob Manderbach and Magdalena Tanzer.